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Associations Clubs NFP Conference Perth 2&3 May

Event Date: 
02 May 2016 to 03 May 2016
Time: 
07:30am
Price: 
$499.00
Venue: 
Rendezvous Hotel Scarborough
148 The Esplanade
Scarborough

Designed especially for Western Australian Associations, NFP’s and Community Groups involving grass roots sports the ACWAC Conference has been developed to deliver practical, common sense and low cost effective strategies to combat the day to day issues - membership retention, finance and financial planning, leadership issues ,auditing and understanding their obligations being an association – the role of boards and committees , crowdfunding, volunteering within corporates, sports and to engage with youth volunteers , mental health , how to engage with government and its involvement, events, workplace relations , traditional marketing and the use of social media are some of the key topics to be discussed.

Presented by some of the most respected leaders and professionals within their industries, this conference will provide you and your team with the insights that will reinvigorate you, your staff, volunteers and the organisations future in these tough times.

The conference theme - Innovation, Consistency and Efficiency.

Why Attend and Key Benefits:

✔ Four Keynote presentations that will inspire and set the scene for success and 16 Breakout Sessions to learn and gain the knowledge you need to develop further success from industry and government presentations
✔ Meet and engage with fellow industry professionals and leaders
✔ Hear about the latest trends and technologies that will impact your organisation now and into the future
✔ A selection of both community and sporting Association case studies to provide alternative solutions to arm yourself with the skills you need to get ahead
✔ Ability to take away practical tips and strategies to make those necessary changes for success on a personal and organisational levels

Organiser: 
Meeting Masters
acwac.com.au
www.acwac.com.au
0409113125
0892381336
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